So SEGA has been announcing a lot of games lately, and last week they decided to announce one more. And if you’re wondering just how anime it is:
It’s pretty goddamn anime. This anime game is called Miracle Girls Festival, and it features various anime characters from anime like YuruYuri, Wake Up, Girls!, Vividred Operation, and a bunch of other anime that my friends who are into anime will probably try to get me to watch. And as you can see by the UI, this game is gonna be a lot like the Project Diva games except will less vocaloids and more anime schoolgirls.
Featured SEGA Retro Articles of the Week
- Look, a new thing that I added to the list! Here I’ll link to an article from SEGA Retro that’s pretty neat or possibly needs more work. First off, to keep up with the anime theme of this week’s article [Astro Boy]
- Also, that Astro Boy game kinda sucks so here’s an article about a good one [Astro Boy: Omega Factor]
- The often forgotten Panzer Dragoon spin-offs, and why they are forgotten [One reason: nobody remembers the stuff that Tiger Electronics made]
- SEGA Tunes: Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed remixes Panzer Dragoon’s ‘Flight’ [By the one and only Richard Jacques]
- SEGA in the Charts: MediaCreate charts for Mar 9 – Mar 15 2015 [Not enough by Kazuma Kiryu’s standards]
- Miracle Girls Festival, new SEGA rhythm game announced for Playstation Vita [Yup, it’s anime]
- Nintendo 3DS gets SEGA Dreamcast and SG-1000 themes in Japan [Dear SEGA please for the love of god release these in the west already]
- SEGA’s mobile division on track for record setting revenue [There’s your reason for why SEGA is doing so much more mobile stuff now]
- Persona 4: Dancing All Night – Yosuke trailer released [I’m disappointed, one of his costumes isn’t a trash can]
- First 4 Figures teases their upcoming NiGHTS figure [They also tease empty wallets]
- SEGA returns to MomoCon showcasing Project Mirai DX, Tembo, 3D Classics & more! [And by more we of course mean anime]
There is even a Sega Saturn theme. This news needs to be updated.
The Saturn one is a bit older and already known about. That said, it has an all new instrumental of Super Sonic Racing.
If it’s already known about, then hows come Sonic Retro failed to say something about it when it was released?
We’re not all glued to the computer 24/7 :V That, and I could have sworn anyway it was thrown into a Links specifically because of the Super Sonic Racing nod. If not, then… oh well? Not like it’s the end of the world.